There are pros and cons to exploring Croatia’s beautiful coastline in the shoulder season: here’s one traveller’s advice on making the most of it.
I’m a freelance travel writer living in Cape Town, South Africa. I produce articles about a wide range of topics, including local travel features on my home city and country. I also produce international content that, at present, stems from extensive, self-indulgent trips across Europe by train. Follow me on Instagram: @andrewthompsonsaFollow @thomotravels
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